Mar 6, 2017
This week Kulja and Dylan speak with Janine Di Giovani who is a foreign correspondent and the Middle East editor for Newsweek about the the war in Syria and her experiences visiting different warzones through her career.
Then, Mary Crooks the executive director from the Victorian Woman's Trust comes on the show to...
Mar 2, 2017
This week on The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan speak with Dr. Dina Bowman about the Fair Work Commission's ruling on penalty rates and its potential impact Australia's work force.
Lawyer Angus Woodward talks about the rise of school based lawyers in Melbourne schools in a growing and important role of bringing legal...
Feb 21, 2017
On The Grapevine this week, Melbourne University's Dave Nichols talks about Melbourne's bus network, its importance to the people of the city, and the possibilities and complications of its development.
Anna Tregloan discusses ghosts as a culturally universal concept and their culmination in The Ghost Project,...
Feb 14, 2017
This week Kulja and Dylan speak with Stuart Grant and Julian Wu about the documentary Which Way Is China?, about the punk band Primitive Calculators and their visit to the People's Republic
Then Professor John Spoehr comes on the show to talk about the challenging times facing South Australia
Feb 6, 2017
This week Kulja and Dylan speak with journalist Stephen Mayne about political party donations and the policy surrounding the disclosure of those donations
Then, author Bruce Pascoe calls in to talk about his new book Dark Emu which details the little known agricultural practices of indigenous Australians